Hockey WA Award of Merit for Lee Abbott


It is with great pleasure that we can announce Lee Abbott as recipient of the Hockey WA Award of Merit.   The prestigious accolade is a special award which may be bestowed upon a volunteer whose services to an affiliated club or association is agreed to have been outstanding.

As members past and present know, there is none more outstanding in their contribution to our great club.  Lee works tirelessly in her current role of Junior Vice President and sets the very highest standards as a leader within Fremantle Hockey Club.   Past President, Life Member and Hudson Trophy winner, Lee’s dedication to the Magpies and to Hockey is truly inspirational and the finest example of a committed sporting volunteer.

Lee continues our club legacy of representation  and recognition at Hockey WA, joining the likes of club stalwarts Jim Banks and Gail Mounsey in receiving this privilege.  She will be presented with her award pitch side at Perth Hockey Stadium on the opening round of the 2017 season.

We’re Back!

Fremantle Hockey Club’s Women’s 1’s team have confirmed their promotion back to the Melville Toyota League for the 2017 season.  After claiming the minor premiership, the Magpies have finished top of the group in the promotion/relegation games.

A shock 6-1 defeat to YMCC in the opening play off match did not get us off to the best start, but back to back 2-1 victories over Suburban Lions and Hale has seen us earn a place back in the Premier 1 grade of WA Hockey after a 2 season absence.

After 3 games in a week the girls now have a break of 8 days, before  they go for the treble in the Promotion 1 Grand Final against either Hale or Southern River.  The game gets underway on Saturday 24th September, 11.30am at Perth Hockey Stadium.


turf project logoGreat news that we now have ASF approval for our turf funding project, please read on for further info:

Tax time is coming, what better way to save tax dollars than to support your favourite hockey club to build a new turf?

Donate before 30 June 2016, claim in your 2016 tax return and you could receive your savings as early as July 2016.


How do I do it?
Just follow the link below and enter your details. Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) will send you a tax receipt which you can use when preparing your tax return. club

Why the ASF?
Your donations must be made through the ASF to be tax deductible. It is important that you specify when making the donation that you would like it to go to the ‘Fremantle Hockey Club Lakelands Turf Project’. ASF collect the donations on our behalf, deduct their commission (6%) and return the money to FHC by way of a grant every two months.

Please feel free to share the above link with your family and friends.

This project is run in partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) so our donors can receive a tax deductible donation. The Australian Sports Foundation Ltd (ASF) (ABN 27 008 613 858) was established by the Australian Government to raise funds through public and corporate donations for the development of sport in Australia. The ASF’s listing in the

Income Tax Assessment Act (1997) (div 30,S 30-90) means donations to us of $2 or more are tax deductible. Your donation is made to the ASF and you will nominate us (FHC) as your preferred beneficiary.

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Premiership Anniversary Game / 100 Club Draw

100 club flyer_PDF-page-001Premiership Anniversary Game and 100 draw

In recognition of the 10 year Premiership anniversary there will be an exhibition match held on July 9. The game will be the 2006 premiership team vs a Presidents XI. It would be great to see as many club members as possible down at Stevens to celebrate a historic moment in our history.
At 6.30pm the 100 club raffle will be drawn. The night will be an opportunity to continue the celebrations and possible win some cash!
Tickets can be purchased through Rob McPherson or Mark Nicholls.

It promises to be a great afternoon and an enjoyable evening.  See you there!

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